Szeged Synagogue

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The beautiful Szeged Synagogue is a 1907 building designed by the Jewish Hungarian architect Lipot Baumhorn (1860–1932,), he is very uniquely blending Art Novuou and historicist style, creating a distinct Hungarian interior.

The building's interior, with its 48.5 meter (158,5 feet) tall domed ceiling, draws on multiple historical styles. The rib-like wall above the organ has Gothic origins, while the columns supporting the galleries are Roman.

The interior of the great dome, and all of the building's stained glass, are the work of the Miksa Roth.

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